Security Strategy

A Security Strategy is a document prepared periodically which outlines the major security concerns of a country or organisation and outlines plans to deal with them. Several national security strategies exist:

Other articles related to "security strategy, security":

National Security Strategy (United States) - Counterinsurgency Objective
... in Afghanistan, according to the National Security Strategy of 2010, the United States needs to engage in a large amount of interagency cooperation ... The objective of the National Security Strategy is to create a stable situation for the world, including those countries struggling with insurgencies ... the citizens and the counterinsurgency personnel." The National Security Strategy establishes the interagency coordination in order to conduct useful ...
Common Security And Defence Policy - European Security Strategy
... The European Security Strategy is the policy document that guides the European Union's international security strategy ... and drafted under the responsibilities of the EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy CFSP Javier Solana ... of the ESDP, it is the first time that Europe has formulated a joint security strategy ...

Famous quotes containing the words strategy and/or security:

    To a first approximation, the intentional strategy consists of treating the object whose behavior you want to predict as a rational agent with beliefs and desires and other mental states exhibiting what Brentano and others call intentionality.
    Daniel Clement Dennett (b. 1942)

    Our security depends on the Allied Powers winning against aggressors. The Axis Powers intend to destroy democracy, it is anathema to them. We cannot provide that aid if the public are against it; therefore, it is our responsibility to persuade the public that aid to the victims of aggression is aid to American security. I expect the members of my administration to take every opportunity to speak to this issue wherever they are invited to address public forums in the weeks ahead.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)